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Standing at 3,776 meters, Mt. Fuji


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One of the country"s most iconic symbols, travelers from across the world flock to lớn Shizuoka


Over the centuries, the vhttdlvinhphuc.vnese have forged a spiritual bond with the mountain. Legend has it that notable religious ascetic Hasegawa Kakugyo (1541–1646) summited the mountain over 100 times. His feats led to the formation of Fuji-ko, a group of likeminded Mt. Fuji worshippers. The sect built shrines, created rock monuments, & fasted to show their dedication. Their fanaticism eventually led the Tokugawa Shogunate khổng lồ ban the religion, but despite this, vhttdlvinhphuc.vn"s long-standing tradition of mountain worship has ensured the mountain remains revered & respected as a site of spiritual importance.


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Around 200,000 lớn 300,000 people climb Mt. Fuji


Mt. Fuji"s most iconic images date back lớn the Edo period (1603-1867). Woodblock print artists Katsuhika Hokusai"s and Utagawa Hiroshige"s series of pieces on Mt. Fuji

depict the mountain from various vantage points and settings, giving people from around the world a glimpse into the region and its ways of life. Katsushika Hokusai in particular is known to lớn have influenced the western artist Vincent Van Gogh, và even had an impact on the composer Claude Debussy. The picturesque views of Mt. Fuji popularized in the Edo period have helped cement the mountain"s legacy as a global attraction.

Formed approximately 100,000 years ago, repeated volcanic eruptions gradually transformed Mt. Fuji into the largest mountain in vhttdlvinhphuc.vn, at 3,776 meters tall. The last eruption in 1707 lasted for 16 days, with volcanic ash reaching as far as Tokyo. Volcanic activity is also responsible for creating Hoeizan (one of Fuji"s secondary peaks), the five lakes at the mountain"s base, & numerous caves near Aokigahara Forest. The area is also blessed with many mineral-rich hot springs, making the region a paradise for both outdoor recreation & relaxation.
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